Response to Letter to Editor by Norrix and Faux, 2018.

Response to Letter to Editor by Norrix and Faux, 2018. Am J Audiol. 2019 Sep 06;:1-3 Authors: Yathiraj A, Vanaja CS Abstract Purpose This letter aims to clarify the critical comments by Norrix and Faux (2019) regarding our article titled, "Criteria to Classify Children as Having Auditory Processing Disorders." The two main contentions highlighted by Norrix and Faux are addressed. One is about including participants who were "at risk" for auditory processing disorder (APD) rather than those diagnosed to have APD, and the other is about the use of a specific cutoff to diagnose children as having APD. PMID: 31490716 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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